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NOAA-NMFS-NWFSC TM-33: Sockeye Salmon Status Review (cont)

Appendix Table D-1.
Transfer of sockeye salmon eggs, fry, and fingerlings among U. S. Bureau of Fisheries (USBF) hatcheries and between USBF hatcheries and state hatcheriesa. Hatchery, station, and organization names are as designated in original sources. Dashes indicate transfers did not occur or were not recorded.


Year Number of Number of
(may be eggs juveniles
Transferred toTransferred from fiscal year) transferred transferred Planting location

Baker Lake HatcheryYes Bay Hatchery, AK 1925 5,645,000 -- unknown
1926 5,621,000 -- unknown
Samish River Hatchery 1916 6,022,000 -- unknown
1917 672,000 -- unknown
Birdsview HatcheryBaker Lake Hatchery 1905 -- 10,000 unknown
1914 50,000 -- unknown
1915 180,000 -- unknown
1923 25,000 -- unknown
1925 200,000 -- unknown
1929 50,000 -- unknown
1930 100,000 -- unknown
1931 100,000 -- unknown
Quinault, Washington Station 1917 225,000 -- unknown
1926 150,000 -- unknown
1928 753,000 -- unknown
1930 1,000 -- unknown
Yes Bay Hatchery, AK 1931 1,187,000 -- Baker Lake (955,000 fry)
Afognak Hatchery, AK 1922 278,616 -- unknown

Appendix Table D-1. Continued.


Year Number of Number of
(may be eggs juveniles
Transferred toTransferred from fiscal year) transferred transferred Planting location

Quinault, Washington StationYes Bay Hatchery, AK 1916 100,000 -- unknown
Afognak Hatchery, AK 1918 5,000,000 -- unknown
1919 5,000,000 -- unknown
1920 7,000,000 -- unknown
1921 3,000,000 -- Quinault Lake
Quilcene HatcheryQuinault, Washington Station 1931 1,005,000 -- unknown
Birdsview Hatchery 1933 500,000 -- Lakes Pleasant, Mason, Isabella, Purdy, Beaver, and Big Quilcene River
1937 850,000 600,000 Lakes Ozette, Pleasant, Mason, Isabella, Purdy, Beaver, and Big Quilcene River
Baker Lake Hatchery 1934 348,000 -- Lakes Pleasant, Mason, Isabella, Purdy, and Big Quilcene River
Lake Crescent Trout Hatchery, WAQuinault, Washington Station 1928 828,000 -- Lake Crescent (826,000 fry)
1930 1,028,400 -- Lake Crescent (953,500 fry)
Startup Hatchery, WABaker Lake Hatchery 1914 50,000 -- unknkown
1915 50,000 -- unknown
Birdsview Hatchery 1936 250,000 -- unknown

Appendix Table D-1. Continued.


Year Number of Number of
(may be eggs juveniles
Transferred toTransferred from fiscal year) transferred transferred Planting location

Samish Hatchery, WABirdsview Hatchery 1936 500,000 -- unknown
Green River Hatchery, WABirdsview Hatchery 1936 500,000 -- unknown
Issaquah Hatchery, WABirdsview Hatchery 1937 -- 868,000 unknown
Puget Sound StationsAfognak Hatchery, AK 1927 3,402,000 -- unknown
Yes Bay Hatchery, AK 1931 1,868,000 -- unknown
1932 3,145,000 -- unknown
Hood Canal StationsQuinault, Washington Station 1929 723,000 -- unknown
Little White Salmon Hatchery, WAYes Bay Hatchery, AK 1919 1,059,900 -- unknown
Birdsview Hatchery 1933 100,000 -- unknown
State of Washington? 1939 75,000 -- unknown
1940 100,730 10,000 unknown
1942 -- 50,095 unknown
1943 193,000 -- unknown
Birdsview Hatchery 1941 322,000 -- unknown
1942 1,200,000 -- unknown
1943 193,000 -- unknown
Quilcene Hatchery 1941 -- 12,475 unknown

Appendix Table D-1. Continued.


Year Number of Number of
(may be eggs juveniles
Transferred toTransferred from fiscal year) transferred transferred Planting location

State of Washington (continued)Afognak Hatchery, AK 1922 534,464 -- unknown
1926 3,402,000 -- unknown
1928 1,852,550 -- unknown
1929 4,553,200 -- unknown
Yes Bay Hatchery, AK 1928 2,493,000 -- unknown
Rogue River, ORQuinault, Washington Station 1926 25,000 -- unknown
1927 30,700 -- unknown
1928 50,000 -- unknown
1929 40,000 -- unknown
Clackamas, ORQuinault, Washington Station 1924 25,000 -- unknown
1930 100,000 Columbia River, OR
Birdsview Hatchery 1921 30,000 -- unknown
Bonneville, OR State Fish HatcheryUSBF-Alaska 1928 2,608,830 -- Herman Creek, OR
1929 4,953,200 -- Herman Creek, OR
1930 1,682,000 -- Herman Creek, OR
USBF-Washington 1930 1,507,200-- Herman Creek, OR
USBF 1927 3,634,755 -- Herman Creek, OR
Afognak Hatchery, AK 1917 3,000,000 -- unknown
1919 3,000,000 -- unknown
1922 5,045,000 -- unknown
1921 3,000,000 -- unknown
1922 5,200,000 -- unknown

Appendix Table D-1. Continued.


Year Number of Number of
(may be eggs juveniles
Transferred toTransferred from fiscal year) transferred transferred Planting location

Bonneville, OR State Fish Hatchery (continued)Yes Bay Hatchery, AK 1910 1,500,000 -- unknown
1911 2,000,000 -- unknown
1912 2,000,000 -- unknown
1913 2,000,000 -- unknown
1914 3,000,000 -- unknown
1916 2,000,000 -- unknown
1918 3,440,100 -- unknown
1931 3,144,960 -- Herman Creek, OR
1932 3,010,650 -- Herman Creek, OR
Enterprise, OR (Oregon Fish Commission)Quinault, Washington Station 1924 3,120,000 -- unknown
1925 3,000,000 -- unknown
State of OregonYes Bay Hatchery, AK 1915 3,000,000 -- unknown
1925 300,760 -- unknown
Afognak Hatchery, AKYes Bay Hatchery, AK 1916 15,000,000 -- unknown
Yes Bay Hatchery, AKAfognak Hatchery, AK 1921 5,000,000 -- McDonald Lake, AK
Craig Brook, MEBirdsview Hatchery 1906 575,000 -- unknown
1921 20,000 -- Pleasant River, ME

a Sources: USBF (1906, 1907,1909, 1910, 1911, 1913), Johnson (1914, 1915, 1916), O'Malley (1917, 1918, 1919), Leach (1920, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934), WDFG (1920), Leach and James (1934, 1936, 1937, 1938), Leach et al. (1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943), James and Meehean (1944, 1945), Kemmerich (1945), Roppell (1982), Kostow (1996a).



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